ALPHABET VISUAL FORM COMBINATION THROUGH ANATOMY AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
Typographic expressions often employ various experimentation of alphabet visual forms. Some experimentation sometimes mistreats the letters and typeface design, hence creating a typographic design that sometimes feels forced and unbalanced. This unpleasant result represents a poor knowledge and understanding of typeface design and typography of the designer. To enhance typographic prowess, the author then develops a visual form exploration method that requires an understanding of anatomy and structural analysis. The method was developed by observing and analyzing student designs from two batches. By utilizing the anatomy and structure of a letter, a designer can create typographic designs that had better structured form. Through this paper, the author hopes to be able to share the method as a reference for any typographic designs.
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